Video production and transmission services firm VideoLink has selected content QC and monitoring firm Interra Systems’ Orion as its real-time content monitoring solution.
Orion’s monitoring can be scaled to hundreds of programs and Its web-based architecture allows remote monitoring through any browser-enabled, said Interra.
US-based VideoLink offers a suite of custom video production services that enable TV networks to provide coverage for breaking news and events across the New England and Mid-Atlantic regions.
Interra is a software products and services provider for the digital media industry. Alongside its Orion real-time content monitoring solution, Baton is its automated file-based QC solution and Vega is its family of media analysers for standards compliant media content creation and distribution.
Interra Systems is exhibiting at ANGA COM on Stand G50, Hall 10.2
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